Trains, Towers, Faith and Finance – The East End of the City
With clusters of gleaming towers designed by the top contemporary architects its easy to forget that the City is the oldest part of London. Starting at the City’s main railway terminus , Liverpool Street Station, we admire new architecture while uncovering hidden corners, courtyards, gardens, churches , warehouses and a Victorian Turkish Bath. We’ll feature the HQs of some of the City’s leading insurance and other finance related organisations.
We can adjorn to a suitable pub at the end of the walk,